SanDisk Ultra 32 GB Dual USB Flash Drive USB 3.0 £7.99 Prime / £11.98 Non Prime @ Amazon
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SanDisk Ultra 32 GB Dual USB Flash Drive USB 3.0 £7.99 Prime / £11.98 Non Prime @ Amazon

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Found 15th AprMade hot 15th Apr
Easily transfer content between OTG-enabled Android smartphones and tablets and PC and Mac computers
Sleek retractable design with dual micro-USB and USB 30 connectors
Up to 128 GB instant storage for Android smartphones and tablets
High-speed USB 30 performance with up to 150 MB/s file transfer from drive to computer
SanDisk Memory Zone Application (available on Google Play) lets you easily manage and back-up content on your smartphone and tablet

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Got one for my Samsung S6. You can only watch or transfer things from the stick to phone. So no downloading of movies on phone and then transferring to USB to watch in TV for example, but every phone will be different.
The mechanism to go from USB to microusb feels like you are about to break the stick because the whole causing bulges up.

You can watch stuff directly off the stick and you can transfer from phone to stick, but it's a pain because of how it sticks out. I have one of these and used it like this with VLC with an S6, S7 (and Edge) and a few Sony phones. You just need a file explorer type app and the correct knowledge.
Edited by: "plewis00" 15th Apr

ordered thanks.

Excellent deal and a brilliant gadget for anyone with a phone that supports OTG. Have a 64gb on but for 8 quid you can't go wrong adding this as a spare for carrying everyday, cheers OP.

easily breakable

Very flimsy casing, handle with care. Speeds over USB3 as measured by H2testw :
Writing speed: 23.9 MByte/s
Reading speed: 99.2 MByte/s
Those are large file speeds, transferring small files will be slower.

Edited by: "Sainsbo_McManus" 15th Apr

Sainsbo_McManus

Very flimsy casing, handle with care. Speeds over USB3 as measured by … Very flimsy casing, handle with care. Speeds over USB3 as measured by H2testw :Writing speed: 23.9 MByte/sReading speed: 99.2 MByte/sThose are large file speeds, transferring small files will be slower.



The performance of these drives is terribly erratic, I got one of these at Christmas and the speed of that drive in H2testw is:

Write 6.6MB/s
Read 39MB/s

And that's through a USB3 port where my Sandisk Extreme outputs about the speed it should (100MB/s-200MB/s both write/read).

I have one of these as I thought it would be handy with the dual usb. However the transfer rates on these are rubbish. I bought the standard Ultra version with just the full size usb and it's much superior. I wouldn't be buying an Ultra dual if it was half the price advertised. Better off buying the full size stick and a converter lead. I bought some usb A female to usb micro B male leads from ebay for about a quid each.

does it work good?
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